The Glen Waverley Uniting Church is governed by the Regulations of the Uniting Church In Australia.
The congregation has a primary voice in decision-making, and several congregational meetings are held each year.
Church Council is responsible for spiritual leadership and administration on behalf of the congregation. It is an elected body which also includes members of the ministry team.
Church Council Committees
There are various Church Council committees that look after aspects of congregational life, and report to Council. Four missional groups are charged with the advancement of the spiritual and missional life of the church.
These four mission groups are:
- Community Hub – focusing on building relationships between people in our congregation and the local community
- Inclusive Community – focusing on providing fellowship and support for all groups within this church community so that people feel and know that they are included.
- Community Outreach – focusing on sharing our friendship and resources with those in need in our local community, nationally, and internationally; and
- Community of Faith – focusing on developing, expressing and living out our Christian faith.
Other council committees assist on matters concerning finance, property, communications and staffing.
The Glen Waverley Uniting Church Office is staffed from 9:30am until 5pm on Monday and Thursday, and from 9:30am until 3:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. This is the first point of call for any administration matters you may have. While not all our programs are run through the Office, our Office Manager will be able to put you in touch with the appropriate person so that your query is dealt with promptly. Please feel free to contact the Church Office on 9560 3580 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you contact the Office on a weekend, your enquiry will be responded to when the Office re-opens on Monday morning.
ThePsalter (aka The Wiki) is an interactive information provider about many activities within Glen Waverley Uniting Church.
There are over 2500 pages of information about church groups, church events, church services and church people.
You are invited to browse these pages, Some pages may require you to login – to request an username and password, please email email@example.com